Five days culinary & cultural tour in the Costa Brava, Catalonia
1,895 EUR per person for group of 6 or more
2,220 EUR per person for group of 4-5
2,540 EUR per person for group of 2
Suggested Tour Dates:
April 4 - 8, 2019*
*tour is available year-round
Call (800) 367-5348 for information or to book this tour.
Catalonia is a natural paradise for any kind of traveler, catering to all tastes with its ages of history in a rich, spectacular blend of colors and moods, landscapes and settings… And if taste is what you have in mind, well we promise this region will not disappoint a food-lover like you! Treat yourself to a long tradition of refined
cuisine, with dishes that vary from the fish of the coast, in recipes like suquet, to typical inland roasts, meaty broths like escudella, or hearty stews like carn d’olla, all side by side with some of Spain’s finest wines and original Arbequina olive oils.
You will be lodged in a cozy 4-star family-run hotel & spa. From there, make daily excursions to enjoy exciting culinary experiences… Visit the Salt and Anchovy Museum, a local wine cellar, or a cheese factory; step into delightful traditional bakeries, take in the colorful life of local food markets, increase your wine expertise with a private wine tasting session, and top it all off with a meal in one of the many high quality restaurants found in the area. You’ll be discovering the local cuisine of L’ Empordà, famous today from the writings of Catalan author, Josep Plà. But what better way to become familiar with the traditional recipes of Catalonia than to prepare them yourself? We’ll organize a cooking class for you at a beautiful private residence in the area.
What is more, you can indulge in this gastronomic adventure without missing out on the cultural treasures of the area. Less than an hour away, you’ll have time to explore the Dali trail, visiting the homes and exhibits of this famous painter. You’ll get to know the medieval towns of Girona, Pals, Peratallada, Palafrugell… all of them historical sites, set in varying landscapes, from the coves and cliffs of the unforgettable Mediterranean Sea, to the endless farmlands, olive groves and vineyards of the interior… a true opportunity to capture the significance of the Mediterranean over the centuries.